by Tom Dowd, M.A. and Jeff Tierney, M.Ed.
This comprehensive book features the step-by-step component behaviors to 182 skills, from the basic (following instructions and introducing yourself) to the complex (managing stress and resolving conflict). Opening chapters explain the individual and group teaching techniques that enable youth to recognize when, where, or with whom to use a particular skill. The authors also show how to plan skill-based treatment interventions for youth with difficult problems such as substance abuse, aggression, running away, depression, or attention deficits.
Updates in the second edition of this classic guide to the teaching of social skills include:
Teaching Social Skills to Youth is an ideal professional resource for the classroom, in counseling or therapy, and in job training programs.
315 pages and CD